Central Texas Golf Scene

  • Austin Golf & The Texas Hill Country

    The state capital of Austin and the surrounding Hill Country offer visitors and residents as diverse a list of things to see and do as any major population center in the country From the Hill Country’s status as a burgeoning wine region (24 different wineries) to Austin’s well-rooted reputation as America’s “Live Music Capital,&rdqu ...

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  • A Soul Awakening Experience Awaits at Newport Dunes

    Even as he approaches 80, Arnold Palmer retains a youthful vigor and passion for the game of golf that you’d expect to find in a man just beginning his journey as a touring professional. So it makes you wonder how phenomenal a golf venue must be in order to further awaken an old soul like Palmer’s and create a renewed enthusiasm within a l ...

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  • Alamo Golf Club - Welcome to San Antonio's

    The Alamo Golf Club has something for every golfer. Its 18-hole course measures around 5,200 yards from the back tees and has a par 5 on each side. Spontaneous golfers who come to Alamo to practice can turn around and test their skills on the course at a moment’s notice; tee times don’t exist at the club allowing golfers to begin a round on a ...

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  • Olympia Hills

    Conditions accentuate challenges and toughness at northeast San Antonio area course. By Steve Habel Special to The Golfers Guide As the Texas Hill Country to the northwest fades into the softer agricultural plains of the southeast, the landscape provides one final burst of sharp terrain, rock outcrops and ancient live oak trees. Here, along the wi ...

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  • The Golf Club Star Ranch

    Enjoy the friendly bounces but respect the course and its challenges! By Steve Habel Special to The Golfers Guide If you are a golfer looking for a fair but challenging course in line with the most ballyhooed tracts in the Central Texas region, you are going to enjoy teeing it up at The Golf Club Star Ranch in this small suburb just north of Aus ...

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  • Canyon Springs Golf Club

    Meeting the Needs of San Antonio Golfers Situated in north central San Antonio in the rapidly expanding suburb of Stone Oak, Canyon Springs Golf Club brings golfers the best of both worlds. Built on the site of the original Classen Homestead, a stop along the Stagecoach Trail, Canyon Springs Golf Club is a throwback with plenty of history, but ...

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  • San Antonio

    Don’t call it a city-wide renaissance, but the extension of San Antonio’s famed River Walk and the addition of a handful of championship golf courses, one of which will host the 2010 Valero Texas Open, to the area’s already impressive list of layouts have solidified San Antonio’s spot as a top-notch domestic destination. The mu ...

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  • University of Texas Golf Club: Drive. Slice. Hook 'Em

    In 2003 the University of Texas Golf Club, with its rolling hills, panoramic views of the Texas Hill Country and lush fairways, opened to considerable acclaim. But after initial rounds by some of the nation's best collegiate players, and a few Touring pros, the course's management noticed that the rolling terrain was aiding already lengthly drives, whi ...

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  • Alamo Golf Club

    "San Antonio's No. 1 practice facility, 18-hole golf course, and a nine hole pitch and putt course" Click here for more information www.alamogolfclub.net Alamo Golf Club Flyer Alamo Golf Club Flyer (Prices)   ...

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  • The Golf Club at Star Ranch - Up Front, All-Inclusive

    In recent years cost-conscientious consumers have become rather adept at perusing the fine print. After all, if you’re not careful extra costs and hidden fees can creep up on you like a silver screen serial killer. A trip to your local golf course can be an equally frightening experience. Once green fees, cart costs, range balls, lunch, beverages and ...

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